White Sox 29-29 at Dodgers 30-28
Clayton Kershaw’s first home win of the season was a perfect example of the former NL Cy Young doing what he does best, coming back from an early blunder to dominate. The Dodgers ace pitched 8 innings allowing 4 hits, 2 runs (both earned), walking none and striking out 9.”It was one pitch. That’s all it was tonight. One pitch. But he was great all the way to his last one,” Dodgers catcher Drew Butera said.
The one pitch was a homerun by Jose Abreu who had just returned from ankle tendinitis which had sidelined him since May 18.
|4th||J Abreu homered to left (381 feet), G Beckham scored.||2||0|
|6th||H Ramirez safe at second on throwing error by third baseman C Gillaspie, C Kershaw scored, M Kemp to third.||2||1|
|6th||A Gonzalez reached on infield single to second, M Kemp scored, H Ramirez to third.||2||2|
|6th||J Turner singled to center, H Ramirez and A Gonzalez scored, S Van Slyke to third.||2||4|
|6th||D Butera singled to right, S Van Slyke scored, J Turner to second.|
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